anonymous
  • anonymous
y= 12 -5 sin (10x) degrees? Find the amplitude, period, and range period= 36 degrees amplitude= 5 range: 7 < or = y < or = 17 or [7,17]
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anonymous
  • anonymous
looks good but i wouldn't use degrees for the period but if you are working in degrees, then yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
no like these are the answer, but Idk how to find them
anonymous
  • anonymous
I told you on your last post of this question you can't use degrees for the period. The period for y=sinx is 2pi/B. It will never be degrees. It has to be radians. And like I told you last time you can't subtract 12-5

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anonymous
  • anonymous
dude this is different
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well the. Use the formula to convert radians to degrees. And they can't be the answers because -5 is multiplied to sin(10x)
anonymous
  • anonymous
So your range will be [-5,5]

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